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Plagiarism-proof your paper

Plagiarism, even when unintentional, undermines academic integrity and can have serious consequences. In the last EconBiz online seminar for this semester, on July 09 at 16:00 CEST, we explore different strategies to ensure that your work is original and plagiarism-free. We talk about organizing your work and the principles of citation. After the seminar, you will be well equipped to write your best paper in economics and business studies – and impress your professors.

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Building resilient supply chains

The optimism that followed the COVID-19 pandemic ended abruptly with the war against Ukraine. In addition to rising geopolitical tensions – the recent problems in the Red Sea are just one example – companies are also facing climate-related disruptions to their supply chains. The economic costs are considerable, as a study by Accenture shows.

The need to secure supply chains and make them resilient is more important than ever given the high level of interconnectedness of the global economy.

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Are you researching interdisciplinary topics? Other subject portals may be helpful in your search, e.g. for political sciencelegal researchsociology (in German) or criminology.

If you are researching educational topics, you will find many resources in the education research portal. If you are interested in topics related to mobility and transport research, you may also find valuable information in the FIDmove portal.

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